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Ranson Burkette & Tony Anscombe | Season 4 Episode 2

Show notes

This week on Speakeasy Security, Tony and Ranson discuss how a cybercriminal can take advantage of the personal information contained in real estate listing photos. All too often, home sellers do not depersonalize their home before listing which can lead to a headache later on. From visible account details and personally identifiable information to pictures of family members and pet names, anyone selling a property should take inventory of not only what photos will be posted but what is contained within them.  Join us for this exciting episode as we explain how to keep this information private and secure.

Links: 

BBC – House tour exposes owners personal data - www.bbc.com/news/technology-56718046 

 The American Genius – Privacy issues and real estate listing photos – theamericangenius.com/housing/editorials/privacy-issues-and-real-estate-listing-photos-how-to-get-yours-removed/